My TouchPad is priceless! I truly would not sell it at any price. (Well, maybe a million, but no less, and then I would buy another one from someone who does not value theirs as much).
I had an iPad 64GB Wifi + 3G, and while it did great for some things, I sold it to get my TouchPad when I tested it in the store for Flash support where I wanted it. I LOVE webOS, and the webOS developers are tops.
The TouchPad doesn't do everything yet that it is capable of doing, but I believe our developers will get us much closer and I am much happier with my TP than I ever was with my iP. Maybe it has to do with cheering for the under-dog, but I look at it as recognizing and cheering for a far superior OS. I have been a fan of webOS from the first moment I saw the demo in early 2009, and feel I have been "settling" with other OSs since then. I still have my original Pre, but service is so poor in my area that I mistakenly thought an Android would have better reception - not the case, but the side-sliding keyboard is easier for me to use for texting, which I do a lot of with my grandchildren.
If we can get NDrive to successfully use a mobile wifi signal for location purposes, my dreams will be fulfilled. With the help of GuyfromNam, I was successful in becoming a beta tester for NDrive for webOS, and am working with them to find out why NDrive works with my home broadband wifi, but not with my Novatel Wireless MiFi 2372 with 3G wifi signal. I use the MiFi for wifi very succesfully on the road (even on Amtrak), so I am hopeful we can get NDrive to recognize the MiFi wifi signal location.
BTW, I don't believe my TouchPad recognizes the mobile wifi signal from my MiFi either, because I have tested location services unsuccessfully on the road. Bing maps does not recognize my location, and neither do any of the other mapping apps from the TP app cat. I think I need to ask the developers to see if they can come up with a patch to allow TP to recognize mobile wifi signals or find out which mobile wifi does work with TP.